Gurukul requires minimm of 15 hours of volunteer hours per child. This goal can be easily achieved by volunteering for Gurukul events etc. You are not required to volunteer every week.
Gurukul is run by dedicated parent volunteers. Many of the parents volunteer to be teacher, committee members etc. in addtion to helping with various activities.
Please consult with your tax advisor about tax deduction for your specific situation. In general, contribution minus $50 per student is deductible.
1. Go to http://give
2. Search for a Cause and enter "Gurukul"
3. Select Gurukul, WA and Click on "Request a Match"
4. Select "Cash" as donation type, donation amount, estimated match, donation date and confirm.
Amount: Enter $275 if you have one child or $500 for two children.
For time matching, select "Track Time" in step 3. Enter details and confirm
70% attedance is requried for child to be promoted to next level.
India trip is not counted as absence as we consider it as cultural education. Do inform the class teachers about your India trip.
9:45 AM - Parents drop off children in assembly area for assembly.9:50 AM - Assembly. teachers tke children to classrooms.10:00 AM – Classes begin. Teachers take children to classrooms.12:15 Noon – Classes end. Parents pick up children from classrooms.
10:45AM - Parents drop kids to Commons area.10:50 AM - Hindi Assembly. Teachers take children to classrooms.11:00 AM - Hindi Classes starts.01:15PM - Hindi classes end. Parents pick up kids from classroom.
Gujarati & Marathi classes in BC (North Campus)
9:30 Am – 12:00 AM
Assembly in Commons at IHS for Hindi & Kannada
10:45 AM – 11:00 AM
Hindi & Kannada classes at IHS
11:00 AM – 1:15 PM
Note: Please see calendar for Gurukul holiday schedule.
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No. Gurukul provides an integrated program of one language and culture. You can choose one of the language offered at Gurukul, culture comes as a part of the program.
No. We do not offer registration in multiple languages. We believe that learning one language and culture is a lot of work for young children.
You need to pre-register your child for Gurukul classes at the following link https://gurukulweb.azurewebsites.net/Home/PreRegistrationClosed.
By pre-registering your child is placed in the waiting list for the next session. You will be contacted to create a Gurukul Account which is followed by notification to register your child. Registration depends on space availability and number of teaching volunteers.
contribution amount for the 2018-19 session is $300 per student for the entire
year. The contribution for each additional student from the same family is
$275. Gurukul is run by parent volunteers. The contribution covers the
cost of renting the space, materials and events. Contribution for the full year
is taken during registration.
Contribution should be paid online during registration.
Refund is issued up to 6/30. The refund amount is $250 for one student and $475 for two students. $50/per student is deducted as administration fee.
There will be no refunds after 6/30. No exceptions.
Gurukul accepts pre-registration requests via Online Registration System in October.
Please note that Pre-registering your child will only place them on the wait list and does not guarantee admission. This enables us to notify you when Gurukul opens registration.
Gurukul generally holds an official registration event between March and May. We will publish the registration dates on the website and communicate the information to all who pre-registered in our Online System.
Starting academic year 2018-19 Gurukul has introduced Kindergarten program as the beginning level for all 5 year old students. After many years of observation and analysis we concluded that 5 year old students, who are also in KG in their public school program, are not ready for the rigour of Level 1 currlculum and need a year of settling in, easy and interactive curriculum with more activity and playschool format and NO WRITING in the curriculum.
This also aligns our grade level scheme with the Public School system.
6-under 8 year old new registrations will still go directly to Level 1 and 8+ into the accelerated 1-2 program.
KG Curriculum will include lots of vocabulary building, learning games and activities, spoken language and culture curriculum customized for the young ones. . The KG program is significantly different from
PreK program (if your child has gone through that already) and Level 1 program
that they will be going into next year.
The program was announced in New Parent Meeting in January 2018. There is NO TESTING or exceptions made to the age cut-off for the students to be moved directly into Level 1 at this point.
Yes. If you are a Hindi and Gujarati Language student there is testing available at various School Districts that you can take and get credits that suffice the Foreign Language requirements for High School and College.
a) STAMP TEST:
b) ALTA TEST: (Available for Hindi and Gujarati languages)
You have to contact the school district or your HIGH SCHOOL to take these tests. The dates are published on their sites. You have to be in High School to take the test.
Preparing for the Test:
1. If you are a Gurukul student, all the way to Level 6, the curriculum provides adequate material towards preparing the student to take this test.
2. If you are a YB student, enrol in the YB - Deep Se Deep Jale project to continue learning language and culture (in language) to keep yourself in touch with the language. This will also prepare you for the test you may take in March and later test dates.
Gurukul is willing to provide guidance and material to their alumni students to also prepare for this test at home.
All the teachers should be able to Sign-In at (http://gurukul-wa.org) and navigate to Teachers corner. On the top right there is a link "Student Reports". This will take you to a page where you can get latest student reports that include:
Student Attendance Student Parents Contact Student Allergies